Western Texas College offers programs of study that qualify students for the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Degree and junior standing in a senior college or university, and programs that qualify students for the Associate of Applied Science Degree. Programs are also offered
San Joaquin Delta College is a Hispanic Serving Institution serving a student population of over 20,000 students.
San Jacinto College was established in 1960. It is also a recognized Hispanic Serving Institution. San Jacinto College is known for the athletics program, especially their baseball and basketball teams.The college serves around 30,000 students.
San Bernardino Valley College is a part of the Riverside Community College District and is a Hispanic Serving Institution. It was established in 1926, and is committed to its mission of providing access to quality education, resources, and guidance to first generation students.
Northern New Mexico College is a community college serving the rural communities of New Mexico since 1977. Around 1,000 students are in attendance at this community college serving all academic levels. The school is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution, with over 50% of their students
North Lake College’s main campus sits on 276 wooded acres and is a distinguished institution known for performance excellence. North Lake College are known for their technical programs in logistics, sciences, and construction technology.
Long Beach City College was established in 1927 and spans across two campuses. It emphasizes purpose and is committed to the life-time success of its students.
El Paso Community College is a school excelling in the liberal arts and sciences in the region. El Paso Community College is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution, and is committed to the progression of Hispanic students in their communities to graduate and excel in their
El Camino College is a Hispanic Serving Institution that serves the greater South Bay area. The college was established in 1947 and has a student population of approximately 30,000 students.
East Los Angeles College is a Hispanic Serving Institution that serves the greater Los Angeles area. The college was established in 1945.